During the Japanese colonial era, roughly 400 Korean people, who were forced onto Battleship Island (‘Hashima Island’) to mine for coal, attempt to escape.
Friday, August 4, 2017 (Limited)
Plot: What's the story about?
The Battleship Island is based on a true story during WWII when Korea was under the colonial rule of Japan. In 1944, 400 conscripted Korean civilians head out to Hashima Island. Nicknamed “The Battleship Island” after its resemblance to a war vessel, many were lured by false promises of high wages. Upon arrival, they found that workers are forced into slave labor. As the U.S. launches a massive counterattack on Japan, the Japanese decide to blow up the island in order to bury the truth about their awful treatment of the Korean slave labors. A Korean independence activist discovers the plan and works with others on the island for a mass escape.
official plot version from cj-entertainment.com
3.50 / 5 stars (8 users)
Poll: Will you see The Battleship Island?
Cast: Who stars in it?
Crew: Who's making The Battleship Island
A look at the The Battleship Island behind-the-scenes crew and production team.
The Battleship Island Trailers & Videos
Production: What we know about The Battleship Island
On or about July 10, 2017, the film was in Completed status.
The Battleship Island Release Date: When was it released?
Questions: Asked About The Battleship Island
Looking for more information on The Battleship Island?
Check out the below links, may contain affiliate links.